Warmer Pattern Has Weekend Snag

WOAY-TV (Oak Hill, WV): Thursday will be the warmest day ahead of a cold front before a transient weekend chill settles into the region.

Chief Meteorologist Chad Merrill has the latest:

TEMPERATURES: Thursday will reach into the low 60s with a 10-degree drop for Friday. Saturday will stay in the 30s with a nice rebound to near 70 degrees by midweek (next week).

WIND: The peak gusts will hit 25 mph at river level (New River valley) to 35-40 mph above 3,000 feet between 1-5 p.m. Thursday. Peak gusts on Friday and Saturday will hit 20-25 mph.

RAIN: A total of 0.50-0.75″ expected late Thursday into early Friday with another tenth of an inch late Tuesday and late Wednesday.

SNOW: The first half of Saturday will produce 1″ of snow above 2,500 feet in western Greenbrier and Pocahontas County. The remainder of the region west of Lewisburg will see a dusting (mainly in the shaded spots).

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